ABIDJAN, April 29- Small Ivory Coast cocoa exporters have defaulted on delivering tens of thousands of tonnes of beans, blaming a poor quality crop and the Coffee and Cocoa Council's decision to ban exports of small beans, sources said on Friday. At least 48,000 tonnes of cocoa beans have not be delivered, said a source at the Coffee and Cocoa Council, posing another... » Read More
Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz, discusses the hit to Starbucks business from terrorism, and what's ahead.
Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz, discusses global sales and traffic, including growth in China.
Despite El Nino, climate change and other factors impacting coffee prices, Illy’s chairman & CEO, Andrea Illy, remains confident that coffee demand is on the rise.
Starbucks is doubling down its bet on China with plans to open 500 stores a year for the next five years, reports CNBC's Landon Dowdy.
Starbucks said it aims to open 500 stores in China this year, shrugging off a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.
The tallies are based on the number of units sold per thousand of all Starbucks menu items.
The internet’s favorite cat has a new reason to be grumpy: the cat’s company is suing a Californian company for copyright infringement.
Eminence Capital would not be surprised to see a higher bid for Keurig, and thinks competing bids may emerge, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.
The personal beverage system company will be taken private for $92 a share in cash.
New York Times columnist Jim Stewart, thinks Starbucks is keeping up with the "coffee snobs."
Coffee has yet to eat into tea's market share in the country.
LONDON, Nov 10- Drought in southeastern Brazil and El Nino in Indonesia will damage 2015/ 16 robusta coffee output and could drive world prices higher if the dry weather persists, although a big Vietnamese crop will cap the upside, traders say. Benchmark ICE robusta futures hit a 2-1/ 2- month high of $1,684 a tonne on Nov. 5 on concerns over depleted supplies due to...
Some Starbucks customers are unhappy about this year's simple holiday cup design.
Gennaro Pelliccia, Master of Coffee at Costa Coffee, conducts a coffee taste test in this episode of "Street Signs Asia."
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz speaks about investing in the company's employees.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz speaks about the company's plan for growth and innovating the future of the company.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz talks about Starbucks' big gains and how mobile pay has played a role in it.
This is the best quarter I've ever seen for Starbucks, says CNBC's Jim Cramer explaining why he is so optimistic about Starbucks' future.
R.J. Hottovy, Morningstar analyst, breaks down Starbucks' quarterly results, which beat on earnings and met revenue expectations while boosting its dividend by twenty-five percent.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.